CHERRIES goalkeeper Aaron Ramsdale has today completed a loan move to Chesterfield.

The 19-year-old will link up with the League Two strugglers ahead of their trip to Accrington Stanley tomorrow.

News of Chesterfield's interest in Ramsdale was revealed by the Daily Echo earlier this week.

Ramsdale, who helped England win the European Under-19 Championship in the summer, will remain with the Spireites for the remainder of the season.

An £800,000 buy from Sheffield United 12 months ago, he has yet to make a first-team appearance for Cherries but was on the bench for the Premier League clashes at Everton in September and at Leicester on the final day of last season.

He was also Cherries’ back-up goalkeeper in this season's Carabao Cup ties against Birmingham, Brighton, Middlesbrough and Chelsea.

Stoke-born Ramsdale lined up twice for Sheffield United in the FA Cup last season, in a 6-0 win over Leyton Orient at Bramall Lane in the first round and the second round defeat by Bolton, the club which had released him at the age of 15.

Before joining Cherries, Ramsdale had been the subject of a reported bid from Everton, while Arsenal and Manchester City had also been tracking him.

Meanwhile, Cherries midfielder Ben Whitfield has returned to Port Vale on loan and will spend the second half of the season with the Valiants.